Deputy Foreign Minister in Sana’a, Hussein al-Ezzi has said that “the illegal resolutions issued by the Security Council have been behind the suffering of the Yemeni people and have encouraged the Saudi-led coalition countries to commit more crimes.”
Al-Ezzi said in a statement that “Sana’a put the Security Council in the picture of the crimes committed by the coalition in targeting the communications building.”
He stressed that the Security Council, for the seven years of the aggression, had been closer to waging war than to making peace.
On the other hand, al-Ezzi during his meeting with the United Nations Resident Representative for Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen, William David Gressly, discussed the current developments in Yemen.
They also discussed the damage caused by the Saudi-led coalition countries’ targeting of the public corporation for international telecommunications and the continuation of the aggressive policy for destroying the Yemeni infrastructure.
The meeting also touched on the developments related to the Safer floating tank and the joint efforts of the Sana’a Government and the United Nations aimed at addressing this issue.
The two sides explained the worsening humanitarian crisis as a result of the siege imposed by the coalition countries, which has resulted in the expansion of the humanitarian catastrophe that the Yemeni people are going through, as well as the illegal detention of oil derivatives ships in a flagrant a violation of international humanitarian law.
The UN official affirmed the commitment of the United Nations to fulfilling its responsibilities regarding the to alleviation of the human suffering of the Yemeni people.